Campaign India Team
May 22, 2015

Things They Like: Manas Mohan

The CEO - publishing, ACK Media, on wanting to upgrade to a Jaguar, his next holiday circuit and more

Things They Like: Manas Mohan
Mohan drives a Renault Koleos and a Maruti Swift but hopes to own a Jaguar soon. 
“It is the lowest hanging ‘forbidden fruit’ for the time being,” he says.
When at work, Mohan prefers Tommy Hilfiger, Zodiac and Arrow for shirts and trousers; Hugo Boss, Satya Paul, Marks & Spencers, Khazana and Etro for ties; Wills Classic for blazers and shirts; Nordstrom for jackets and suits; and Jack n Jones for socks. On the other hand, he prefers Woodland and Marks & Spencer for shoes.
When partying, he prefers Chikan kurtas from Sewa, Lucknow, apart from Ralph Lauren, Indus Creed and Marks & Spencer for shirts; Peshawaris from Lucknow; Pavers or Zara shoes; and
Banana Republic jackets.
At industry events, you would be likely to see him in jackets and suits from Nordstrom, Arrow, Vaish Tailors (Delhi); shirts from Zodiac/Louis Philippe; and shoes from Aldo or Roush.
His cuff links are usually from, Satya Paul and Hugo Boss, while pocket squares are from Satya Paul or Zodiac. Even though he is not really a perfume person, his stated preference is for Armani. He likes Levi’s and Wills Classic denims, and a Tag Heuer watch as he ‘plans and prays for a Panerai’. He swears by Dr Martens and Puma shoes.
Calling Nainital a ‘complete’ destination for his holidays, he also lists London, Cannes, Amsterdam and San Francisco among preferences. His plans for holiday this year include the Hong Kong/ Shanghai/ Beijing circuit.
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